Decision Time With Pheromones

Pheromones let you attract more women. In that decisive moment when we decide to hunt something, we stop having it. We create a lack inside of us. We build this painful story from a deep wound in us, and then we go hunting to alleviate that lack, to cure that pain. It’s a quick fix and the salvation promised by the hunt is an illusion of stronger pheromone cologne. So even when we finally get what we were hunting—when we get that bit of tail, we get the result, but we don’t cure the pain, we simply cover it up for a fleeting moment. The only way out is… you guessed it…stop. Stop hunting. Our natural inclination is to seek something we desire, right? This is one reason why the pick-up paradigm is so seductive and sucks so many men in. So don’t beat yourself up about falling for the pick-up hoax for pheromone users. We’ll talk later about steps to move away from this horrific work and hunting frame, and into a natural, loving co-creative, play frame. Before then, just start to be aware of the times when you get further and further into this kind of looped thinking, where you are deciding you need a result, then hunting it, therefore creating lack within yourself. When you drum in this story and live it again and again, you are allowing a deep wound of pain to resurface in yourself, and a story so convincing that you can’t even remember any other way using sex pheromones. It’s a story and pain, which you are creating by hunting. Learn more about pheromones at http://pheromonedata.blogspot.com/2017/02/pheromones-make-attraction-easier.html and http://hartch25.weebly.com/our-marketing-blog/why-i-care-about-pheromones

The pain you grow, however, feels very real indeed. Let’s examine this pain for a moment. Think right now about hunting. Imagine you are going out to ‘do pick-up,’ to hunt. To acquire. Live into it for a moment. You need to get that which you somehow constantly lack and can never quite get. That elusive thing. You see another hot girl walk past. You think about what the community would say in this moment. You know you should “cold approach.” How does this feel in your body? Are you filled with appreciation for this lovely creature? Or do you now have a vague sense of ache or pain somewhere in your chest or torso, perhaps your neck? The pain of the hunter. Hunter’s Anxiety is very real and has a physical representation. If you’re feeling this pain, it’s not because you’re drinking too much coffee, it’s because you are living life as a hunter. And no one can hunt forever. You see this beautiful woman, like noticing a beautiful flower in the ground. Surely your body should fill with appreciation and love for her. But it doesn’t, does it? You now feel pain and fear coursing through your body. Pheromone production is far superior. Think about it, the moment you decide ‘I need that thing’ you have made a conscious decision that you lack that thing in your life, so now you need to cover the distance quickly and try and get it. The danger is that the more we hunt, the more we reinforce this feeling of lack, until over time it builds from a vague feeling into a strong and deeply ingrained sense of emptiness which taints everything in our lives. When we choose a path motivated by lack, we can’t think about anything else except hunting and trying to get rid of that lack true pheromones. Learn more at http://shieldsvmoakciurs.page.tl/Pheromones-In-The-Club.htm